In our last blog we discussed “Buyers’ Remorse” and how making an educated purchasing decision helps one avoid stepping on landmines. Nowadays, we have the world at our fingertips to aid in our research. Google has fundamentally changed how we gather information and as a result we use the research we find online to guide our decisions.
Finding a trusted vendor who will guide and educate you through the purchasing decision is no easy task. Who can you trust? Everybody has a good story, but how can you know for sure? Then add in the pressure that this decision often involves a significant capital investment! What do you do?
At IMS, we pride ourselves on our customer service, both before and after the sale. But we don’t want you to just take our word for it, read one of the many testimonials we have received from you, our valued customer.
In all honesty and transparency, our goal is to be your vendor of choice, based on the recognized value we bring to your hospital. Our integrity, knowledge and experience speak for itself. One way we set ourselves apart is by asking a lot of strategic questions before you buy, and taking time to educate you on your options, especially as it relates to ugly systems and the complexity of stacking in RTLS.To begin our conversation, see our IMS Buying Guide for:
- Computer Mounting Solutions
- Patient - OB Furniture
- Medical Carts
- Support Agreements
I encourage you to review it and email me. What is important to you when making a capital purchase, besides price?